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The day started when I turned my room into a chillaxing media centre and fashion showroom, which housed all the designer press samples loaned for us (Jen and Shini) to wear for Fashion Philosophy Week Poland in Łódź.  In the end the state of my room looked cluttered and unbearable to live in with food crumbs on the bed, cosmetic products on the floor, clothes piled high on a chair.  Hope it didn’t shock the house keeper.

Andel’s Hotel Łódź is a former textile mill established in 1878 by textile magnate Izrael Poznanski, the red-bricked building became a sophisticated and contemporary 4 star hotel for business, spacious conference centre (one of the largest in Łódź), art gallery with its own individuality, perfect for design and lifestyle oriented people.  The most impressive of all is their glass enclosed roof top swimming pool over looking the city, sadly us girls we didn’t have the time to experience it we’ll be back for sure.

Shini, Jen and I stayed in a King Superior (1 person per room) for 2 nights courtesy of Andel’s Hotel (Vienna International Hotels & Resorts), for more pictures of the hotel check out my Facebook page.

Stay tuned for more visual diary posts.

Window photo by Shini.

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